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October    


Friday, October 5
First Friday Art Walks at participating galleries

Plinth Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Between Memory and Pending: Narrative Sculpture of Thomas Orr
. The artist served in Vietnam with the 11th light infantry brigade as a combat infantry platoon leader and his wartime experiences are influential in his work. After his service, he took his first ceramic class in 1971 at Clatsop College in Astoria Oregon where he was studying Oceanography He fell in love with the material and changed his course of study. After several years as a studio artist he attended the Claremont Graduate School where he received his MFA in 1990. Thomas was the chair of the ceramics department at the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts for nearly 19 years and is now Professor Emeritus. Orr's ceramic works are highly personal sculptures. He once referred to them as "small scale stage sets." These settings evolved over time in both scale and in content to become environments, depicting activities that may have taken place in the past, but have a "potential of a future activity."
Through October 27
 





Plinth Gallery
Thomas Orr
Down Range, 2018
Ceramic, glaze, pigment
9.56” x 19” x 14”
Through October 27


Saturday, October 6
Abend Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Arrangements, the US debut solo exhibition for UK-based artist Jon Doran, opening October 6th in our project space. Jon's work is centered on taking classical subjects of still life, portraiture and figures in landscape and rearticulating them through a digitally influenced and fragmented approach to painting.
Through October 27
 



Abend Gallery
Jon Doran
Lisianthus and Black, 2018
Oil on panel 13.87 x 11.22 in
Through October 27
 


Thursday, October 11
Tansey Contemporary

Opening reception,  5 - 7 pm
Quattrocento & La Strada with 15 new works by Danish artist Gugger Petter. These portraits are Petter’s interest, first sparked in the 1970s when she lived in Italy as a young artist, with Renaissance art, Byzantine icons, and the early Christian church. While inspired by art history, Petter creates portraits from her imagination. She says these fictional portraits “could be anybody.” She sees the anonymity of the works as essential in creating both familiarity and distance between the subject and the viewer. View the exhibit
Through November 18
 


Tansey Contemporary
Gugger Petter
View the exhibit
Through November 18
 


Friday, October 12
David B. Smith Gallery

Opening Reception, 6 - 8 pm
The Explorers, Russell’s latest body of work, continues his conversation challenging the conventions and history of photography. Russell’s process-intensive works begin with photographing scenes from nature that he intentionally obscures with sheer fabrics, effectively destroying what would otherwise serve as a documentative image. Into these hazy, abstracted fields Russell laboriously scratches intricate designs into the emulsion of the printed image, adding paint to some areas. The result is multilayered, dreamlike works that come in and out of focus as the eye negotiates the underlying image and textural patterning of meticulously etched designs
Through November 10


David B. Smith Gallery
Christopher Russell
The Explorers #30, 2018
Pigment print scratched with razor, metallic paint,
27 x 19 in.
Through November 10
 


Tuesday, October 16
Michael Warren Contemporary
Peter Olson Photo Ceramica, new works.
Through December 1
 


Michael Warren Contemporary
Etsuko Ichikawa
glass sculpture
Through December 1
 


Friday, October 19
Third Friday Art Walks at participating galleries

Visions West Contemporary

Opening Reception, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Tracy Stuckey
Nocturnes, is largely influenced by 19th century artist Frederic Remington’s night paintings. Made in the last decade of Remington’s life, these paintings reflect the artists growing disillusionment with the changing landscape of the American West. Stuckey’s works reflect not only the false romanticism of the American West but also the complete fabrication of it. Full essay by Zoe Larkins, Assistant Curator, MCA Denver available at www.visionswestcontemporary.com 
Through November 24

Michael Warren Contemporary
Artist's reception, 6-8pm
The Water Within, new works by Etsuko Ichikawa, showcasing a recent body of glass works. She has been recreating ancient Jōmon vessels and figurines, casting them with uranium glass. Her tangential series of blown uranium glass orbs and her new series of pyrographs with watercolor round out the exhibition. We find this series to be very compelling - she was so emotionally affected by the nuclear disaster at Fukushima and subsequently her examination of the nuclear clean-up at the Hanford site that she is now exploring cultural legacy as told through the Jōmon pottery which she is recreates using uranium glass.
Through December 1

 


Visions West Contemporary
Tracy Stuckey
The Night Riders
Oil on canvas, 54 x 72 inches
Through November 24


Michael Warren Contemporary
Etsuko Ichikawa
glass sculpture
Through December 1


Saturday, October 20
Michael Warren Contemporary
Artist Talk with Etsuko Ichikawa, 10-noon
The Water Within
, new works by Etsuko Ichikawa, showcasing a recent body of glass works. She was so emotionally affected by the nuclear disaster at Fukushima and subsequently her examination of the nuclear clean-up at the Hanford site that she is now exploring cultural legacy as told through the Jōmon pottery which she is recreates using uranium glass.
Through December 1
 


Michael Warren Contemporary
Etsuko Ichikawa
glass sculpture
Through December 1

 

November    


Thursday, November 1
William Matthews Gallery
Opening reception, 5-8pm
William Matthews, Field Studies and Small Paintings

Mai Wyn Fine Art
Special Preview, 6-8pm

Kim Harrell, Back to the Garden, solo exhibition of sculpture and functional silver works. A celebration of our connectedness to Earth, this exhibition showcases Harrell’s signature minimalist style emphasizing texture, line and material.  Kim Harrell is a silversmith and jewelry artist based in Aurora.
Through December 1

 


William Matthews Gallery
William Matthews, watercolor


Mai Wyn Fine Art
Kim Harrell
Silver
Through December 1

 


Saturday, November 3
Abend Gallery

Opening reception, 6-9pm
28th Annual Holidays Miniature Show
Participating Artists: Zoa Ace, Rebecca Mason Adams, Jaclyn Alderete, Mark Andrew Bailey, Raymond Bonilla, Dina Brodsky, Sue Bryan, Adam Burke, Morgan Cameran, Jeremy Caniglia-Cox, Joshua Carlton, Todd Carpenter, Lorenzo Chavez, Robin Cole, Michelle Condrat, Jacob Dhein, Alpay Efe, Kim English, Jennifer Gennari, Thane Gorek, Adam Hall, Johanna Harmon, Dana Hawk, Stephanie Hartshorn, Jane Hunt, Mat Hurtado, Nicole Hyde, Mick Junco, David Kammerzell, Olga Krimon, Shawn Krueger, Lindsey Kustusch, Joshua Lawyer, Shana Levenson, Che Leviathan, MJ Lindo, Luke Mack, Brian Mashburn, Gina Matarazzo, Patrick Maxcy, Josie Morway, Ryan Morse, Nadezda, Susanna Ragel, Louis Recchia, Ximena Rendon, Rob Reyy, Dave Santillanes, Jason Sacron, Hiroshi Sato, Kirsten Savage, Daniel Segrove, Elsa Sroka, Timothy Sandring, Clyde Steadman, Victoria Steel, Annie Stegg, Brian Stephens, Delphyne V., Leah Waichulis, Tracy Wall, Babs Webb, John Wentz, Anna Wypych, Zack Zdrale, and Kaitlyn Zeismer.  View the exhibit

Through November 24

Mai Wyn Fine Art
Opening reception, 5-10pm
Kim Harrell, Back to the Garden, solo exhibition of sculpture and functional silver works. A celebration of our connectedness to Earth, this exhibition showcases Harrell’s signature minimalist style emphasizing texture, line and material.  Kim Harrell is a silversmith and jewelry artist based in Aurora.
Through December 1
 


Abend Gallery
Shana Levenson
Detail
 "A Moment in Time"
Oil, 10 x 8
Through November 24



Mai Wyn Fine Art
Kim Harrell
Silver
Through December 1
 


Friday, November 9
Walker Fine Art

Opening reception, 5-9 pm

Natural Occurrences
, featuring: Bonny Lhotka, Farida Hughes, Lauren Karnitz, Chloe Hedden, Heather Patterson and Caprice Pierucci. Connecting our human experience and the external world, this group of artists share their interpretations of nature’s imprint on the human experience. Patterns of movement, flashes of memory and the language of light influence each creators’ definition of reality through carefully composed color, line, transparency and shadow. Expressing the impression of a moment, these artists manifest themselves into narratives of life’s journeys and experiences.
Through January 5

 


Walker Fine Art
Chloe Hedden
Cherdi Kala 3
36 x 48 inches
Through January 5


Walker Fine Art
Heather Patterson
Sediment
59 x 59 inches
Through January 5


Walker Fine Art
Farida Hughes

Seven

Through January 5
 


Walker Fine Art
Caprice Pierucci
Small Through the Flower
Through January 5


Walker Fine Art
Farida Hughes

Journeys
48 x 36 inches
Through January 5


Walker Fine Art
Bonny Lhotka
Night 'Snow
Through January 5
 

 


GALLERY LISTINGS



Abend Gallery
Note our new address
1412 Wazee Street, Denver, CO 80202    Map

303.355.0950 phone
800.288.3726 toll free


website: www.abendgallery.com

Hours: Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun 11am-4


Continuing:
Opening reception:, 6-9pm at the Sugar Cube Building at 1555 Blake St, Denver
Cindy Shih: 無極 Wuji, Infinite, Boundless. Shih's exhibit is a series of paintings that celebrate the limitless promise of human migration; a reminder that like forces of nature, people have always found ways to transcend boundaries and bridge cross-cultural divides. Viewing hours: M-F: 7:30 am – 10:00 pm Saturday: 9:00 am – 10:00 pm Sunday: 9:00 am – 6:00.  view the exhibit

November 3
Opening reception, 6-9pm
28th Annual Holidays Miniature Show
Participating Artists: Zoa Ace, Rebecca Mason Adams, Jaclyn Alderete, Mark Andrew Bailey, Raymond Bonilla, Dina Brodsky, Sue Bryan, Adam Burke, Morgan Cameran, Jeremy Caniglia-Cox, Joshua Carlton, Todd Carpenter, Lorenzo Chavez, Robin Cole, Michelle Condrat, Jacob Dhein, Alpay Efe, Kim English, Jennifer Gennari, Thane Gorek, Adam Hall, Johanna Harmon, Dana Hawk, Stephanie Hartshorn, Jane Hunt, Mat Hurtado, Nicole Hyde, Mick Junco, David Kammerzell, Olga Krimon, Shawn Krueger, Lindsey Kustusch, Joshua Lawyer, Shana Levenson, Che Leviathan, MJ Lindo, Luke Mack, Brian Mashburn, Gina Matarazzo, Patrick Maxcy, Josie Morway, Ryan Morse, Nadezda, Susanna Ragel, Louis Recchia, Ximena Rendon, Rob Reyy, Dave Santillanes, Jason Sacron, Hiroshi Sato, Kirsten Savage, Daniel Segrove, Elsa Sroka, Timothy Sandring, Clyde Steadman, Victoria Steel, Annie Stegg, Brian Stephens, Delphyne V., Leah Waichulis, Tracy Wall, Babs Webb, John Wentz, Anna Wypych, Zack Zdrale, and Kaitlyn Zeismer.  View the exhibit

Through November 24
 



David B. Smith Gallery 
1543 A Wazee Sgtreet
Denver, CO 80202 
map
phone:    303.893.4234
fax:         877.893.4234

website: 
http://davidbsmithgallery.com
Hours: Tues-Sat 12-6, and by appointment

Continuing:
Ben Gocker’s
A Bright Big Picture In Some Future Machine. The show is comprised of a suite of new works made of wood, paper, wire, and objects that belonged to or were created by a woman named Helen Macro; these include paintings, a book, and pieces of pegboard. The work explores the intertwined histories of Gocker and Macro (the former owner of his home), the concept of artistic legacy extending beyond the grave, accident, fateful juxtapositions, and air conditioning

In the project room: A performance by New Genres Collective. About New Genres Collective The New Genres Collective was founded by Jeff Page and Tobias Fike (both Art Instructors with their own art practices) along with Design student, Alex Killgore. The NGC is comprised of current students and alumni from the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design in Denver. The NGC creates projects that explore the vast boundaries between media in the form of collaborative performance, happenings, screenings and exhibitions.
Thorough October 6

Friday, October 12
Opening Reception, 6 - 8 pm
The Explorers, Russell’s latest body of work, continues his conversation challenging the conventions and history of photography. Russell’s process-intensive works begin with photographing scenes from nature that he intentionally obscures with sheer fabrics, effectively destroying what would otherwise serve as a documentative image. Into these hazy, abstracted fields Russell laboriously scratches intricate designs into the emulsion of the printed image, adding paint to some areas. The result is multilayered, dreamlike works that come in and out of focus as the eye negotiates the underlying image and textural patterning of meticulously etched designs
Through November 10
 



David Cook Fine Art
Maggie Ross, Director
1637 Wazee Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
    map

Phone:      303.623.8181

Website:    www.davidcookfineart.com

Hours:      10:30 - 6:00 Tuesday through Saturday and by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Gallery 1261  LLC
note our new address:
1412 Wazee Street
Denver, CO 80202
map
 
phone: 303.571.1261

website:   www.gallery1261.com

Hours:     Tue - Sat: 12-6pm

Exhibition to be announced
 



GALLERY M
 
180 Cook St, Suite 101   map
Denver, CO 80206

phone:    303-331-8400
website:  www.gallerym.com


Hours:    By Appointment Daily, Tue-Sat.

GALLERY M specializes in 20th century photojournalism and social documentary. LIFE photojournalists including Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bourke-White, Carl Mydans, Ralph Morse and others are always on display and available

Exhibition to be announced
 



Goodwin Fine Art
Tine Goodwin, Director/Owner
1255 Delaware Street    Map
Denver CO 80204
phone:    303.573.1255

website:  www.goodwinfineart.com
 

Hours:   Tuesday - Friday 11-6, Saturday 11-5
 

Continuing:
Jill Hadley Hooper lends her focus as the exhibition title connotes to the rich tradition of Still-Life painting or memento mori, adding her distinctive style to this genre of painting. In preparation for the exhibition Hooper asked her friends to bring by arrangements of flowers for her to paint. "There is a liberation that comes from simply looking at something and drawing it. To give up control of the subject matter, I asked friends to provide me with cuttings from their gardens, to create portraits of sorts I could respond to.”

Mark Villarreal’s current work focuses on a 2017 trip that the artist took to Cuba. His non-objective abstract paintings, while intimate in scale, portray through colorful, lyrical compositions the rawness and vibrancy of the country. Villarreal also made a very intentional and deliberate choice to work within a smaller format, as the artists states. “These paintings continue my pursuit of economy of scale, of means, a lean approach to the process of painting.”
Through October 27



K Contemporary
 
Doug Kacena Co-Owner / Director
1412 Wazee St , Denver, CO 80202   map
phone:     303-590-9800
cell:         720-296-7180

website:   https://kcontemporaryart.com

Hours:     Tuesday – Saturday, 12 pm – 6 pm or by appointment

Exhibition to be announced

 


Mai Wyn Fine Art
744 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO, 80204    map
phone:    303-893-4182

website:   www.maiwyn.com
Hours:     Hours:    
Thursday - Saturday 11-5, Sunday 12-4. Open 1st Fridays until 10pm丨3rd Fridays until 8pm and by appointment

Continuing:
Proximity, a dynamic two-person exhibition by Rian Kerrane and Susanne Mitchell. Artworks presented in here brings attention to the everyday by transforming the overlooked, the fleeting and the common object into weighted subjects worthy of contemplation. view the exhibit
Through October 28

Thursday, November 1
Special Preview, 6-8pm
and
November 2

Opening reception, 5-10pm
Kim Harrell, Back to the Garden, solo exhibition of sculpture and functional silver works. A celebration of our connectedness to Earth, this exhibition showcases Harrell’s signature minimalist style emphasizing texture, line and material.  Kim Harrell is a silversmith and jewelry artist based in Aurora.
Through December 1
 



Michael Warren Contemporary   
Mike McClung and Warren Campbell, owners
760 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204  map

gallery:     303-635-6255
cell:
         303-667-2447

website:   www.michaelwarrencontemporary.com


Hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-6 pm or by appointment

Continuing:
Schumpeter’s Capriccio New Works by Margaret Lawless With concurrent exhibition by Robert Mangold. We are excited to new works by Margaret Lawless. The term capriccio is used to describe architectural fantasy, often creating imaginary realities by combining actual buildings and places with imaginary ones. Lawless not only shifts and reimagines places but also social landscapes. Margaret starts with images from art history and combines them with text and image-based research on political and economic terminology in order to create new works as her own version of the romanticized historical landscape genre.
Through October 11

Tuesday, October 16
Peter Olson Photo Ceramica, new works.
Through December 1

Friday, October 19
Artist's reception, 6-8pm
The Water Within, new works by Etsuko Ichikawa, showcasing a recent body of glass works. She has been recreating ancient Jōmon vessels and figurines, casting them with uranium glass. Her tangential series of blown uranium glass orbs and her new series of pyrographs with watercolor round out the exhibition. We find this series to be very compelling - she was so emotionally affected by the nuclear disaster at Fukushima and subsequently her examination of the nuclear clean-up at the Hanford site that she is now exploring cultural legacy as told through the Jōmon pottery which she is recreates using uranium glass.
Through December 1

Saturday, October 20
Artist Talk with Etsuko Ichikawa, 10-noon
 



Plinth Gallery
Owner:  Jonathan Kaplan
3520 Brighton Blvd
Denver, Colorado 80216    map
phone:     303-295-0717


website:   www.plinthgallery.com

Hours:     Thursday -Saturday, 12pm-5pm, and other times by appointment

Friday, October 5
Between Memory and Pending: Narrative Sculpture of Thomas Orr. The artist served in Vietnam with the 11th light infantry brigade as a combat infantry platoon leader and his wartime experiences are influential in his work. After his service, he took his first ceramic class in 1971 at Clatsop College in Astoria Oregon where he was studying Oceanography He fell in love with the material and changed his course of study. After several years as a studio artist he attended the Claremont Graduate School where he received his MFA in 1990. Thomas was the chair of the ceramics department at the Oregon College of Arts and Crafts for nearly 19 years and is now Professor Emeritus. Orr's ceramic work are highly personal sculptures. He once referred to them as "small scale stage sets." These settings evolved over time in both scale and in content to become environments, depicting activities that may have taken place in the past, but have a "potential of a future activity."
Through October 27
 



Plus Gallery

Owner: Ivar Zeile
Private Dealer

website:  www.plusgallery.com

Exhibition to be announced
 


 
Robischon Gallery
1740 Wazee St.
Denver, CO.  80202    Map
phone:  303.298.7788
fax:       303.298.7799


web:  www.robischongallery.com


Hours:  Tuesday - Saturday 11am to 6pm Mondays
            by appointment. Adjacent Free Parking until 6pm

Continuing:

Four Concurrent Solo Exhibitions: John Buck, New and Recent Work Carved Wood and Mechanical Sculptures, Paco Pomet, New Work Paintings, Fred Stonehouse, Certainty of Doubt Paintings and Works on Paper, and Walter Robinson, Magic Thinker Recent Sculptural Works. Presenting four provocative solo exhibitions by national and international artists John Buck, Paco Pomet, Fred Stonehouse, and Walter Robinson. The work on view borrows from the visual vocabulary of Magic Realism, the Neo-Surreal, Folk Art, and the satirical cartoon to open a new dialogue within today’s charged socio-political context. With the astounding, massively-scaled, kinetic sculpture of John Buck; the fantastical canvases of Paco Pomet; Fred Stonehouse’s paintings of strange and mythical figures; and Walter Robinson’s deconstructed societal symbols – each artist tells a distinctive story as they fuse the past with the present into something poignant, humorous and altogether unexpected.
Through November 3
 



Rule Gallery
Valerie Santerli, Owner/Director
Rachel Beitz, Owner/CFO
530 Santa Fe Dr,
Denver CO
and
204 E San Antonio St,
Marfa TX

phone:    303-800-6776

website:  https://rulegallery.com

Denver hours:  Tues-Friday 12-6pm, Saturday 12-5pm and by appointment

Continuing:
Pools and Gardens by Martha Hughes. A pop-up exhibition at Mr. Pool Inc, 2347 South St, Boulder, CO. Martha Hughes's Pools & Gardens exhibition combines two distinct bodies of work, each addressing similar topics but with markedly different approaches. Hughes’ hard edge, color block paintings of pools, paired with her gestural drawings of gardens, demonstrate her wide range of ability, vocabulary and scale all while she continues to produce thematic conceptual content.  Map

Through November 3

Continuing:
Frame of Reference, a group show of artists whose work bridges the space between personal experience, history and individual roles within society; melding their internal and external worlds. This exhibition features Rowdy Dugan, Mark Fitzsimmons, Erica Green, Renluka Maharaj, and Shelby Rahe.
Through November 10
 



Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Mikkel & Catherine Saks, owners
3019 East Second Ave

Denver, CO  80206    map
phone:    303-333-4144

website: 
www.saksgalleries.com

Hours:  Tues-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm and by appointment.
Exhibitions year- round
view the Saks Galleries Cherry Creek videos

Continuing:
The McKenney-Hall Indian Gallery.
Thomas McKenney was appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs in 1916 by President James Madison. He championed Native American causes for the next several decades at a time when tribal culture was often on a collision course with land-hungry whites and the U.S. Government.McKinley worked tirelessly on his Indian Gallery, a collection of artifacts and portraits of the visiting Indians by the famous painter Charles Bird King. However, in 1830, McKenney was dismissed by President Jackson -- they had quarreled about the removal of the Cherokee from their homeland. McKinley had also battled with a Congressional committee investigating his expenditure of $3,100 for the Indian portraits. Therefore, it was on his own that he launched a project to publish a series of large portfolios with hand-colored lithographs made after King's original paintings. More information

 



Sandra Phillips Gallery 
Gallery Owner:  Sandra Phillips

47 W. 11th Avenue, Denver. Colorado 80204   map
phone:   303 931-2991



website: www.thesandraphillipsgallery.com

Hours: Tues. - Sat. 12:30 - 5 Sun. and evenings available by appointment

Exhibition to be announced

 



Space Gallery
765 Santa Fe Drive     Map
Denver, 80204
phone:    720-904-1088

website: 
www.spacegallery.org
Hours: Wed-Sat 1pm-6pm or by appointment

Exhibition to be announced

 



Tansey Contemporary
1743 Wazee Street Suite 150
Denver. 80203    map
phone:   720-596-4243

website:  www.tanseycontemporary.com
Hours: Tues-Saturday 11am - 5pm

Thursday, October 11
Opening reception,  5 - 7 pm
Quattrocento & La Strada with 15 new works by Danish artist Gugger Petter. These portraits are Petter’s interest, first sparked in the 1970s when she lived in Italy as a young artist, with Renaissance art, Byzantine icons, and the early Christian church. While inspired by art history, Petter creates portraits from her imagination. She says these fictional portraits “could be anybody.” She sees the anonymity of the works as essential in creating both familiarity and distance between the subject and the viewer.
View the exhibit
Through November 18
 

   




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Gallery Calendar:
Continuing exhibits:  September  November

DADA Members Map

Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
GALLERY M

Goodwin Fine Art
William Havu Gallery
K Contemporary
Mai Wyn Fine Art
William Matthews
Michael Warren
   Contemporary

Sandra Phillips Gallery
Plinth Gallery
Plus Gallery
Robischon Gallery
Rule Gallery
Saks Galleries
David B. Smith Gallery
Space Gallery

Tansey Contemporary
Visions West Gallery
Walker Fine Art
 

 Continuing Exhibits:




David B. Smith Gallery
Ben Gocker
This is the Siberian Husky, 2018
mixed media, 73 x 40 in.
Thorough October 6


David B. Smith Gallery
New Genres Collective
Performance documentation
Thorough October 6


Visions West Contemporary
Opening reception, 6:00-8:00 pm
A solo exhibition of works by Willem Volkersz..
Through October 13



Rule Gallery
Martha Hughes
Scene 259, Pool and Cabana, 2018
acrylic on canvas, 28 x 22 inches

Through November 3



Robischon Gallery
John Buck

The March of Folly
in-progress in the artist’s studio
Through November 3


Robischon Gallery
Fred Stonehouse

The Price of Privilege
oil on panel 36 x 24 in.

Through November 3


Robischon Gallery
Paco Pomet
The Dualists
oil on canvas 23 ½ x 27 ½ in.

Through November 3


Robischon Gallery
Walter Robinson

Tether

fiberglass, aluminum, wood, leather, zebra skin and mixed media,
28 x 37 x 9 in.



Goodwin Fine Art
Jill Hadley Hooper
Still Life I, 2018
mixed media on panel
52 x 36 x 2 in.
Through October 27


Goodwin Fine Art
Mark Villarreal
Villa Clara No.2, 2017
oil on panel, 20 x16 in.
Through October 27


Abend Gallery
Cindy Shih
Cultural Erasure II
Mixed Media, 18 x 18 in


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
McGivern
Uno Momento
Oil, 48 x 48

Through September 31


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
The Bela Project

Through September 31


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Birdsall
Daffodils
Oil, 414 x 18

Through September 31

 


William Havu Gallery
Emilo Lobato
Talisman, 2018
collage & oil on panel,
36” x 36”
Through November 15
Westword review by Michael Pagila


Walker Fine Art
Jonathan Hils
Yabba Dabba
22 x 22 x 15 inches
Through November 3


Walker Fine Art
Meagen Svendsen
Nomatic
19 x 18 x 10 inches
Through November 3



Walker Fine Art
Karin Schminke
Light and Water
Through November 3
 


Walker Fine Art
Allison Svoboda
Mandela (detail)
Through November 3


Walker Fine Art
Jesse Poulin
Gateway
Through November 3


Walker Fine Art
Chris Hassig
Grass9med
40 x 48 inches
Through November 3


Mai Wyn Fine Art
Rian Kerrane
Vanity Case
cast iron
Through October 28


Mai Wyn Fine Art
Susanne Mitchell
You Don’t Need Me Either
Oil and spray-paint on canvas
24” x 36” 2018
Through October 28



Rule Gallery
Rowdy Dugan,
Coyanosa, TX , 2018
pigmented ink print,
30 x 45 inches
Through November 10



Rule Gallery
Mark Fitzsimmons,
A Finely Frocked Fleece, 2018
digital video, 5m 11s on loop,
edition of 5
Through November 10


Rule Gallery
Shelby Rahe
On a Cloud, 2018
5-Channel video, duration 30m 47s on loop,
edition of 5
Through November 10

 



 



Visions West Contemporary
Director:  Nikki Todd
2605 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205  map

phone:    303.292.0909

website:   
www.visionswestgallery.com
hours:    Tuesday-Saturday 10-6 pm or by appointment
Note our new address

Continuing:
A s
olo exhibition of works by Willem Volkersz..
Through October 13

Friday, October 19
Opening Reception, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Tracy Stuckey
Nocturnes, is largely influenced by 19th century artist Frederic Remington’s night paintings. Made in the last decade of Remington’s life, these paintings reflect the artists growing disillusionment with the changing landscape of the American West. Stuckey’s works reflect not only the false romanticism of the American West but also the complete fabrication of it. Full essay by Zoe Larkins, Assistant Curator, MCA Denver available at www.visionswestcontemporary.com 
Through November 24
 



Walker Fine Art 
The Prado Building, 300 West 11th Avenue (at Cherokee)
Denver, CO  80204 In the Golden Triangle   
Map
phone:     303.355.8955

website: 
www.walkerfineart.com  
hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-5 pm or by appointment

Continuing:
The Space Between, featuring: Meagen Svendsen, Angela Beloian, Karin Schminke, Allison Svoboda, Jonathan Hils, Jesse Poulin, and  Chris Hassig. It is in the quiet, the emptiness and the pause, where we can find serenity, balance and wholeness of the mind. In this exhibition, walker fine art explores the physical manifestation of visual meditation. As the featured artists in the space between balance the negative space in their artistic compositions, a meditative practice also forms. It is within this tranquil search, the space between can reveal its harmonious power.
Through November 3

Friday, November 9
Opening reception, 5-9 pm

Natural Occurrences
, featuring: Bonny Lhotka, Farida Hughes, Lauren Karnitz, Chloe Hedden, Heather Patterson and Caprice Pierucci. Connecting our human experience and the external world, this group of artists share their interpretations of nature’s imprint on the human experience. Patterns of movement, flashes of memory and the language of light influence each creators’ definition of reality through carefully composed color, line, transparency and shadow. Expressing the impression of a moment, these artists manifest themselves into narratives of life’s journeys and experiences.
Through January 5
 



William Havu Gallery       
 
1040 Cherokee
     Map
Denver, CO.  80204
phone:     303.893.2360

website:   www.williamhavugallery.com

Hours:     Tue - Fri 10-6 PM, Sat 11-5 PM, Sun and Mon by appointment only
Voted Westword's best gallery for contemporary art of the region, 2017

Continuing:
Emilo Lobato, Retro-Specatcle, Paintings and Prints 1998 - 2018, a 20 year retrospective of prints and paintings. Over the past twenty years, William Havu Gallery has presented over ten solos for Lobato, and included his work in numerous two-person and group exhibits. Not only is Emilio Lobato an important piece to the history of this gallery, but he’s made his mark on Colorado’s art landscape as well. It’s only fitting that on the 20th Anniversary of William Havu Gallery, we present a 20 Year Retrospective of Emilio Lobato’s work. “To celebrate this milestone we’ve selected works from my archive that were in that inaugural show. Additionally we’ve selected works from many of my subsequent exhibitions. For over 20 years I’ve explored many themes and ideas. A consistent intention has been my desire to examine an internal landscape."  Westword review by Michael Pagila
Through November 15
 



William Matthews Gallery
Owner:   William Matthews
Great Basin Studio
2540 Walnut St,
Denver, CO 80205   
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phone:   303-534-1300


Hours:    Tuesday & Thursday 10 am - 5 pm or by appointment
website:  williammatthewsstudio.com


Thursday, November 1
Opening reception,
5-8pm
William Matthews, Field Studies and Small Paintings
 


Continuing exhibits:   Continuing exhibits:  September  November

 

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